Business Objectives

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Business Objectives

Author: Vicki Hollett
Editor: Oxford University
ISBN: 9780194513944
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There is a clear functional syllabus tailored for the business student. The 15 free-standing units are each based on a key area of business interaction, such as telephoning, meetings, and socializing. The functional syllabus is combined with a strong grammar syllabus, ensuring progressive coverage of all the basic structures and tenses that occur in general coursebooks at lower-intermediate level. Special emphasis is placed on skills work, particularly listening and speaking. Thestudent-centred approach invites learners to draw on their own professional experience in activities and discussions. Essential business vocabulary is presented in realistic contexts and taught systematically. The course includes a substantial amount of listening work, as well as a pronunciationsyllabus. There is an accompanying video, Meeting Objectives .

Business Objectives

Author: Anna Phillips
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780194513937
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A clear structural syllabus set in the context of everyday business functions. Accompanying video: a href="http://www.oup.co.uk/elt/catalogue/isbn/5110/"Meeting Objectives/a

Business Objectives International Edition Teacher S Book

Author: Vicki Hollett
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780194578264
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Retain the organization and key features of the original editions, including the systematic coverage of basic language structures and skills, combining these with new contexts, exercises, listening material, and communication activities using North American English. Include new contexts focusing on a wide range of international organizations and individuals, providing up-to-date content and a less Anglo-centric approach. Feature completely new audio recordings with predominantly North American voices, but include a wide range of non-native accents. Updated Teachers Books and Workbooks, plus an interactive MutliROM, providing a flexible package for blended learning solutions, including grammar, vocabulary, expressions, and extra listening practice.

Business Objectives Pairwork

Author: John Bradley
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780194513968
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Intensive speaking practice for business English learners.

Business Objectives Teacher S Book New Edition

Author: Vicki Hollett
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ISBN: 9780194513937
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Business Benchmark Upper Intermediate Bulats Student S Book

Author: Guy Brook-Hart
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107639832
File Size: 36,23 MB
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La 4e de couverture indique : "Business Benchmark Second edition is the official Cambridge English preparation course for BULATS. A pacy, topic-based course with comprehensive coverage of language and skills for business, it motivates and engages both professionals and students preparing for working life."

Resource Book Of Small Business Management Training And Education At Colleges And Universities

Author: United States. Small Business Administration
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Building Design Strategy

Author: Thomas Lockwood
Editor: Allworth Communications, Inc.
ISBN: 1581156537
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This superb volume brings together a collection of provocative and insightful essays - from some of the most respected names in design management - on how to create and maintain a successful corporate design strategy. In "Building Design Strategy", readers will discover first-hand accounts covering the entire range of design strategy issues, including: developing strategies from discovery to delivery; using design to convey new ideas and perceptions; thinking ahead and adapting to unexpected challenges; using design to create fiercely loyal customers; and much, much more

Business Advantage Intermediate Student S Book With Dvd

Author: Almut Koester
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521132207
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An innovative, new multi-level course for the university and in-company sector. Business Advantage is the course for tomorrow's business leaders. Based on a unique syllabus that combines current business theory, business in practice and business skills - all presented using authentic, expert input - the course contains specific business-related outcomes that make the material highly relevant and engaging. The Business Advantage Intermediate level books include input from the following leading institutions and organisations: the Cambridge Judge Business School, IKEA, Emirates NBD, Isuzu and Unilever - to name but a few. The Student's Book comes with a free DVD of video case studies.

English For Business Studies Third Edition Student S Book

Author: Ian MacKenzie
Editor: Ernst Klett Sprachen
ISBN: 9783125398900
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Analytical Skills For Ai And Data Science

Author: Daniel Vaughan
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ISBN: 1492060917
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While several market-leading companies have successfully transformed their business models by following data- and AI-driven paths, the vast majority have yet to reap the benefits. How can your business and analytics units gain a competitive advantage by capturing the full potential of this predictive revolution? This practical guide presents a battle-tested end-to-end method to help you translate business decisions into tractable prescriptive solutions using data and AI as fundamental inputs. Author Daniel Vaughan shows data scientists, analytics practitioners, and others interested in using AI to transform their businesses not only how to ask the right questions but also how to generate value using modern AI technologies and decision-making principles. You’ll explore several use cases common to many enterprises, complete with examples you can apply when working to solve your own issues. Break business decisions into stages that can be tackled using different skills from the analytical toolbox Identify and embrace uncertainty in decision making and protect against common human biases Customize optimal decisions to different customers using predictive and prescriptive methods and technologies Ask business questions that create high value through AI- and data-driven technologies

Research Methods For Business Students

Author: Mark Saunders
Editor: Financial Times Prentice Hall
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Research Methods for Business StudentsThis text provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills for the successful completion of a piece of business research. Written as a self-study guide, the student is taken step-by-step through the research process, while real-life case studies, worked examples and student activities bring to life the realities of undertaking business research.The second edition has been written against a background of rapid change. The availability of powerful analysis software and the accessibility of the Internet provide more sophisticated means of accessing and analysing data, and also exciting new avenues for research. Furthermore, the body of knowledge on research methods has expanded since the first edition. This edition has therefore been fully updated to take account of these changes. Now in two-colour, this is a comprehensive, effective and accessible learning resource.Features new to the second edition? Focus on utilising new technologies? Inclusion of relevant Internet addresses? Advice on use of on-line surveys? Worked examples and case studies have been updated? Additional worked examples and diagrams? Fully revised section on research s

Strategic Management And Business Policy

Author: C Appa Rao
Editor: Excel Books India
ISBN: 9788174466686
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This book on Strategic Management and Business Policy has been designed considering the problem of students in finding out an easily understandable book covering, by and large, all the relate topics. This book presents the fundamental concepts of Strategic Management with current examples and illustrations in simple, lucid and student friendly manner. The book, along with other topics, covers (a) Business Vision, Mission and Objectives (b) Environmental and Internal Analysis (c) Corporate, Business, Functional, Global and e-Business Strategies (d) Strategic Analysis and Choice (e) Strategic Implementation: Issues (f) Strategic Evaluation and Control (g) Case Study Methodology The main feature of this book is a comprehensive coverage of popular analytical frameworks, such as: (i) SWOT Analysis (ii) Porter's Five Forces Model (iii) Ansoff's Product/ Market Grid (iv) Value Chain Analysis (v) BCG Matrix In addition, concepts like core competence, competitive advantage, customer- driven strategy, etc., are elaborated extensively in the book. The book is very useful for the courses, such as MBA, PGDBA, BBA, BBM and other professional programmes at graduate and postgraduate level.

Information Strategy Design And Practices

Author: Sanjay Mohapatra
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461424283
File Size: 47,29 MB
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​​Information Strategy Design and Practices develops a framework for designing information technology strategy for an organization. Beyond this, it establishes an approach to not only implement it, but sustain it. The framework explains how IT strategy should have an alignment to business to reap the benefits of business. The book contains five case studies in different domains: retail, real estate development, IT product development, development sector, and education sector. These case studies have been applied to different countries, providing a global prospective to this emerging trend.

Understanding Strategic Management

Author: Anthony E. Henry
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199662479
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The most complete introduction for students looking for a briefer guide to strategic management, packed with real-life examples and an emphasis on the essential tools of analysis.

Business Policy And Strategy

Author: WIlliam H. Tomlinson
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781574442779
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Now in its sixth edition, Business Policy and Strategy: An Action Guide, Sixth Edition provides students with an analysis of how basic functions - such as marketing, finance, production, operations, R & D, and human resources are coordinated to develop business policy. The authors demonstrate the how-tos of formulating, implementing, and evaluating corporate strategy. Students will understand strategic management - its decision-making processes, interface with environmental change, formulation of strategic alternatives, executive decision making, and built-in synergy. The importance of business policy and strategy has surged to the forefront of the business world. Internationalization of business, deregulation, mergers, acquisitions, strategic alliances, and international joint ventures - coupled with a new emphasis on shareholder value - contribute to a feeling of uncertainty in the global marketplace. On top of this, the constantly changing e-commerce environment makes strategic planning even more essential. Students need to know how to function in this business environment. The authors provide a concise review of basic and alternative policies in strategy formulation. They use a case study of business situations that give students a powerful tool and efficient tool for mastering strategy development. The book blends practicality and realism - based on the authors' years of experience in corporate industry and management development - with advances in theory. The definitive supplementary text, Business Policy and Strategy: An Action Guide, Sixth Edition captures the business curriculum in one action packed volume.

Business Strategy

Author: George Stonehouse
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136423206
File Size: 46,16 MB
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'Business Strategy: an introduction' is an accessible textbook that provides a straightforward guide for those with little or no knowledge of the subject. It presents complex issues and concepts in a clear and compact manner, so that readers gain a clear understanding of the topics addressed. The following features are included: * A comprehensive introduction to the subjects of business strategy and strategic management * Complex issues explained in a straightforward way for students new to this topic * Student friendly learning features throughout * Case studies of varying lengths with questions included for assignment and seminar work * A discussion of both traditional theory and the most recent research in the field This second edition features new and updated case studies as well as more depth having been added to the material in the book. New chapters on business ethics, types and levels of strategy, and how to use case studies have been incorporated. A range of pedagogical features such as learning objectives, review and discussion questions, chapter summaries and further reading are included in the text resulting in it being a user-friendly, definitive guide for those new to the subject. A web-based Tutor Resource Site accompanies the book.

Gcse Applied Business Aqa

Author: Carol Carysforth
Editor: Heinemann
ISBN: 9780435446901
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This book meets all the assessment requirements of the AQA specification, however, it is also suitable for students following other specifications.